Portions of a flight command system for a single seat, multiple roll, fighter bomber were simulated in a man/machine simulation facility. The effects of various combinations of manual or automatic aircraft steering and external conditions on system performance and pilot workload were investigated. Portions of an A-7 multimode flight control system, a newly derived autopilot, and an angle rate bombing system were integrated to provide automatic aircraft steering during final approach of an air-to-ground mission. Conclusions reached as a result of this study indicate that integrated flight control/weapon delivery functions have the potential to improve weapon delivery performance during high stress situations (e.g., impending air counter-attack, ground fire) by performing some pilot functions automatically. This allows the pilot to devote more time to other hazards.